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Bits, ink, particles, and words.
A close second to doing work that matters is how we tell our story about what we do. Perspective is everything to an audience. How are you portraying yourself to other people? This question is just as important as any other consideration when thinking about the work you do.
If you ever want to feel small, try climbing up a mountain. It’s during times like these that I feel like my journey is huge, almost impossible.
We are packets of movements, repeated every single day. In essence, we are periodic, operating on cycles that make us beings of habit.
There’s always a way to burn away your passion for your craft.